Thursday, 30 March 2017

PmMail Social Network

PmMail Social Network

NEWSBREAK:
  • IMF sees hope in Nigeria’s economic recovery plan - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed confidence in the efforts taken by the Federal Government to resuscitate the country’s economy. The IMF expressed this confidence in a document obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), through the Executive Board, at the conclusion of its 2017 consultation with Nigeria...
  • Psychiatrist counsels nursing mothers on depression - An Ilorin based psychiatrist, Dr Foyeke Adeoye, has advised mothers suffering from Post Partum Depression (PPD) to seek psychological help to avoid mental disorder. Adeoye told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Ilorin that PPD was not an ailment to be ashamed of as neglecting it could...
  • Police arrest suspected killer of Chief Imam in Edo - Police in Edo have arrested the suspected killer of the Chief Imam of Egbeta Mosque in Ovia North East Local Government Area, Malam Saka Afolabi. The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Haliru Gwandu, disclosed this on Thursday while briefing newsmen at the monthly meeting of the command’s heads...
  • Japan contributes $903,000 to WHO’s emergency programme in N/East - The World Health Organisation (WHO) says the Government of Japan has contributed $903,000 to assist the organisation in its Emergency Programme in the crisis-affected North-East Nigeria. Dr Wondimagegnehu Alemu, the WHO Country Representative in Nigeria, in a statement in Abuja on Thursday, said the contribution would benefit more than 400,000...
  • Court okays release, launch of Nollywood film, “Okafor’s Law” - A Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday vacated an interim order which restrained the premiering and release of Nollywood movie, “Okafor’s Law.” “Okafor’s Law” is a film Produced by actress and Director, Omoni Oboli. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls that Justice Ibrahim Buba had on March 24,...
  • Medication errors kill millions annually – WHO - Margaret Chan, Director-General WHO Medication errors kill and injure millions of people while an estimated 42 billion dollars is lost annually, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Wednesday. The Director-General of  WHO, Margaret Chan,  at a  new campaign, “ Global Patient Safety Challenge on Medication Safety,’’  said  that  medicines...
  • AEPB arrests 33,327, sentences 4,406 environmental offenders in 4 years — official - Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) arrested 33,327 persons and secured the conviction of 4,406 persons for violating environmental laws between 2012 and 2016. Mr Muktar Ibrahim, Head of Information and Outreach Unit of AEPB disclosed this to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Thursday. The information officer, however,...

Economy[ View All ]

IMF sees hope in Nigeria’s economic recovery plan

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed confidence in the efforts taken by the Federal Government to resuscitate the country’s economy. The IMF expressed this confidence in a document obtained by the News A...

Economic Recovery Plan: FG to grant incentives to investors

The Federal Government will grant incentives to encourage investment in the priority sectors listed in the recently released Economic Recovery and Growth Plan. The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Sen. Udoma Udo...

Fiscal federalism true solution to Nigeria’s problems, says ex-Gov. Attah

                  Chief Victor Attah, former governor of Akwa lbom State Chief Victor Attah, a former Governor of Akwa Ibom, says the practice of fiscal federalism is the pana...

NSE foreign investment inflows drop to N16.10bn in February

The Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI) inflows on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) dropped to N16.10 billion in February as against N22.61 billion recorded in January, 2017. NSE made this known in its domestic and fore...

Harness your entrepreneurial skills, US tells young Nigerians

The Consul-General of the United States in Lagos, Mr John Bray, on Tuesday enjoined young Nigerian entrepreneurs to rededicate themselves to efficiently harnessing their entrepreneurial skills. Bray gave the advice in La...

Security/Crime[ View All ]

Police arrest suspected killer of Chief Imam in Edo

Police arrest suspected killer of Chief Imam in Edo

Police in Edo have arrested the suspected killer of the Chief Imam of Egbeta Mosque in Ovia North East Local Government Area, Malam Saka...
AEPB arrests 33,327, sentences 4,406 environmental offenders in 4 years — official

AEPB arrests 33,327, sentences 4,406 environmental offenders in 4 years...

Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) arrested 33,327 persons and secured the conviction of 4,406 persons for violating environmental laws between 2012 and 2016. Mr...
Policemen killed in Kogi

Policemen killed in Kogi

The Police Command in Kogi said on Thursday that two of its officers were killed during an invasion of a commercial bank by suspected...
Boko Haram faction seeks grassroots support in Nigeria

Boko Haram faction seeks grassroots support in Nigeria

A Boko Haram faction led by the son of the group’s founder is trying to win over civilians by shunning the indiscriminate violence of...
Navy deploys swamp buggies to rid Delta creeks of illegal refineries

Navy deploys swamp buggies to rid Delta creeks of illegal...

The Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) DELTA has begun the use of swamp buggies to crush illegal refineries in Delta creeks. A swamp buggy is...
BREAKING: Ex-NNPC boss, Yakubu withdraws N1bn suit against EFCC, AGF

BREAKING: Ex-NNPC boss, Yakubu withdraws N1bn suit against EFCC, AGF

Andrew Yakubu in Court today A former Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Mr. Andrew Yakubu, on Tuesday terminated his fundamental...
Advertisement

Politics[ View All ]

Suspension of Ndume, shocking – Borno residents

Senator Muhammad Ndume Some residents of Borno on Thursday expressed shock over the six months suspension slammed on former Senate Leader, Alhaji Muhammad Ndume, by the leadership of the Senate. A cross section of those ...

APC must mediate to end face-off between Senate and Presidency,...

A Professor of Political Science, Femi Otubanjo, said on Thursday that the All Progressives Congress (APC) must mediate in the current face-off between the Senate and the Presidency. Otubanjo, who works with the National...

Judiciary[ View All ]

Termination of appointment: Court adjourns ex-CBN staff suit till May...

The National Industrial Court(NIC) Abuja, on Wednesday adjourned till May 9, hearing in the suit filed by Buba Wulangs, a former staff of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), challenging termination of his appointment. Wulangs...

Statelessness: Ministry of Justice canvasses urgent constitution amendment

The Federal Ministry of Justice has called for the urgent amendment of the Nigerian Constitution and speedy domestication of the Abidjan Declaration to end statelessness in Nigeria. Dr Francis Oni, an Assistant Director ...

Health [ View All ]

Psychiatrist counsels nursing mothers on depression

An Ilorin based psychiatrist, Dr Foyeke Adeoye, has advised mothers suffering from Post Partum Depression (PPD) to seek psychological help to avoid mental disorder. Adeoye told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursda...

Medication errors kill millions annually – WHO

Margaret Chan, Director-General WHO Medication errors kill and injure millions of people while an estimated 42 billion dollars is lost annually, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Wednesday. The Director-General...

Education[ View All ]

N45,000 fees: Jos varsity dissolves SUG

The University of Jos (UniJos) has dissolved the institution’s Students Union Government (SUG). This is contained in a statement issued in Jos on Wednesday by Mr Abdullahi Abdullahi, UniJos Principal Assistant Regist...

JAMB adopts e-PIN vending to prevent fraud – official

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it introduced the new e-PIN vending registration for candidates to prevent fraud in its examination. JAMB Acting Zonal Coordinator in Nasarawa State, Moses Akobu, ...

NGOs[ View All ]

Japan contributes $903,000 to WHO’s emergency programme in N/East

Japan contributes $903,000 to WHO’s emergency programme in N/East

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says the Government of Japan has contributed $903,000 to assist the organisation in its Emergency Programme in the crisis-affected...
What makes a highly effective leader -Bar Okoli

What makes a highly effective leader -Bar Okoli

In a seminar on: ‘The Leader In Me’, sponsored by Cedar of Lebanon in Abuja recently, one of the guest speakers, Barrister Chukwuemeka Okoli,...
NGO urges more women participation in politics

NGO urges more women participation in politics

The Founder, ‘SHE Forum Africa’, a pan-African NGO, Ms Inimfon Etuk, on Wednesday advocated for more women participation in politics in order to promote...

Entertainment/Style[ View All ]

Court okays release, launch of Nollywood film, “Okafor’s Law”

Court okays release, launch of Nollywood film, “Okafor’s Law”

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday vacated an interim order which restrained the premiering and release of Nollywood movie, “Okafor’s Law.” “Okafor’s...
Film expert urges stakeholders to embrace technology to enhance contents

Film expert urges stakeholders to embrace technology to enhance contents

Mr Moses Babatope, the Group Executive Director, Film House Cinema on Wednesday, urged stakeholders in the entertainment industry to embrace modern technology to enhance...
Nigerian films not too vulgar – film maker

Nigerian films not too vulgar – film maker

Lekan Ayinde, Manager of Wale Adenuga Production (WAP) in Lagos, says Nigerian films are not too immoral nor vulgar as being portrayed by some...

Foreign [ View All ]

Toyota recalls 2.9m vehicles globally over airbags

Toyota recalls 2.9m vehicles globally over airbags

Toyota Motor Corp on Thursday said it was recalling a total of about 2.9 million vehicles in Japan, China, Oceania and other regions including...
Severe drought uproots over 3,000 Somalis daily – Charity

Severe drought uproots over 3,000 Somalis daily – Charity

A global charity on Wednesday said over 3,000 Somalis were fleeing daily due to a severe drought ravaging several parts of Somalia. The Norwegian...
Anti-apartheid hero Ahmed Kathrada dies aged 87

Anti-apartheid hero Ahmed Kathrada dies aged 87

Ahmed Kathrada Celebrated South African anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada, a Robben Island prisoner and one of Nelson Mandela’s closest colleagues in the struggle against...

Sports [ View All ]

FG will not interfere in sports federations’ elections, Dalung says

FG will not interfere in sports federations’ elections, Dalung says

Solomon Dalung, the Minister of Youths and Sports, on Tuesday reassured that the Federal Government would not interfere in the sports federations’ elections billed...
Wikki v Enyimba to calm things’

Wikki v Enyimba to calm things’

Wikki Tourists captain and right back, Mustapha Ibrahim has said a win is quite crucial in the top-flight clash against former champions, Enyimba. The...
Messi banned for four internationals

Messi banned for four internationals

Lionel Messi Argentina forward Lionel Messi has been banned from their next four competitive internationals, starting with Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier in Bolivia, for...
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com